(Salem, OR) -- Kaylee's Law is scheduled to go before the state House today for a third reading. The bill is named after the Kaylee Sawyer, the 23-year-old central Oregon resident who was killed by a community college security guard in 2016. It would put stricter guidelines in place for college security officers, including more detailed background checks, and changes to uniforms and vehicles to show a clear distinction from traditional police officers. The bill was approved by the Senate last month in a unanimous decision. Governor Kate Brown has said she would sign it.